Marijuana lube: takes your vajayjay on a high
It was Journalist Ashley Hoffman's love of being mellow that led her to Foria, a marijuana vaginal lubricant manufactured exclusively for women by Aphrodite, a California medical marijuana collective.
Hoffman, who is normally 'basic' in the bedroom decided to be 'sex-positive' by testing out this product.
According to Styleite, the lube is designed to be sprayed on the clitoris, inner and outer labia 4-8 spays at a time and needs approximately an hour to achieve the desired effects.
With the help of a male gentleman's oral expertise, Hoffman tested out the product.
"It was an all-over buzzy tingly feeling that spreads the pleasure much further than wherever you’re being directly stimulated. It pulsated like there was a delicate vibrator inside of me, but better. Cloudier. I hadn’t felt anything like it before," said Hoffman.
Unfortunately only the female will be able to feel the effects of the drug while the male's experience is drug free.
"It was invigorating. Not mind-altering fireworks, but I felt it"
Some interesting marijuana fact:
- Worldwide, it is estimated that about 162 million adults use marijuana at least once per year, and 22.5 million use the drug daily.
- After alcohol, marijuana is the most popular recreational or mood-altering drug used worldwide
- According to one report, it would take 800 joints to kill a person but the cause of death would be carbon monoxide poisoning.
- here are over 200 slang terms for marijuana in the popular vernacular. Some of the more common nicknames include pot, grass, weed, hash, and ganja.
- The name marijuana comes from a Mexican slang term for cannabis and is believed to have derived from the Spanish pronunciation of the names Mary and Jane. (The two names were also common Mexican military slang for a prostitute or brothel.) Marijuana came into popularity as a name for cannabis in the U.S. during the late 1800s.
- The psychoactive side effects of THC in small doses include loss of inhibition, elation, and a distorted sense of time. The drug can also cause increased visual sensitivity and heightened imagination.
- The first recorded use of marijuana as a medicinal drug occurred in 2737 B.C. by Chinese emperor Shen Nung. The emperor documented the drug’s effectiveness in treating the pains of rheumatism and gout.
- Marijuana production and trafficking make up the world’s largest drug market and the substance can be grown in almost every country. The United Nations Office on Drug and Crimes (UNODC) has data on 172 countries and territories known to grow marijuana.